Steve Jobs

Thirty Years of Apple’s Mac

One of the world’s most iconic computers celebrates thirty years on the planet. continue…

How to Hire the Next Steve Jobs

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Nolan Bushnell knows how to spot talent. Among the hires he made two years after he founded Atari in 1972 was an intense and difficult young man who wasn’t fond of bathing. His name was Steve Jobs. In fact, Bushnell was one of the very few bosses Jobs ever had, and the two were close friends for decades. In Finding the Next Steve Jobs (written with Gene Stone), Bushnell  reveals his strategies for identifying out-of-the-box thinkers who can propel a company forward… continue…

It’s Time to Stop Lionizing Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs was a fantastic CEO, but his posthumous veneration is whitewashing parts of his record. continue…

Will Losing ‘20 Percent Time’ Kill Google’s Quirkiness?

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Shedding “20 percent time” could make Google more efficient, but at what cost to the company’s identity? continue…

Wozniak Talks Ballmer, Microsoft, Apple Innovation

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak sounded off in an interview with the BBC. continue…

Early Apple Employees Talk Memories of Steve Jobs, New Movie

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Daniel Kottke and Bill Fernandez, who worked with Jobs in Apple’s early days, discuss how the new biopic matches up to the past. continue…

Bill Gates Opens Up About Steve Jobs in CBS Interview

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Bill Gates offered a hint of emotion while talking about Steve Jobs in a televised interview. continue…

Apple’s iPad Three Years Later: Not Easy Being King

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Apple’s iPad continues to dominate the market three years after its release. But the tablet faces some rising challenges. continue…

Apple In Decline? Probably Not.

While some critics are declaring Apple in trouble, it’s helpful to remember that the company has survived “train wrecks” before. continue…

One Year After Jobs’ Death, Apple Still Has Momentum

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Apple still enjoys momentum from decisions made under Steve Jobs reign, making it hard to gauge the effect of his passing on its fortunes. continue…